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Dedication 




MRS. FLORENCE McKEE 



We, the Senior Class of Bay Path Jun- 
ior College, gratefully dedicate this year- 
book to our college nurse, Mrs. Florence 
McKee. She has served as our medical 
counsel since September, 1957, and is on 
call day and night to give her aid or ad- 
vice whenever it is needed. 

Mrs. McKee is not only a sympathetic 
and patient nurse, but she is also an un- 
derstanding friend to all the girls. 

We hereby wish to acknowledge our 
deep thanks and appreciation to her for 
all that she has done for the students of 
Bay Path Junior College. 



Administration 




Milo F. Galbraith 
Vice-President 





Thomas G. Carr 
President 




Jeanette T. Wright 
Dean of the College 




Alice E. Bradley 
Director of Admissions 



Hugh O. Macfarlane 
Assistant to the President 



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Faculty 





Philip H. Clarke 

Chairman. English Department 
Chairman, Academic 
Committee 



Margaret E. Dick 

Director of Programming and 

Research, Secretarial Science 






Margaret K. Donahue 
Chairman, Secretarial 
Science Department 



Jane C. Clancy 

Director of PtiijJic Relations, 

Student Activities 



Arthur A. Hart 

Chairman, Art Dcparlmcnt, 

Lecturer in History 





Will A. Dickhiiih 
Chairman, Department of 
Psychology and Sociology 



Shirley Baillicul 
Director, Medical Secretarial 
Program, Medical Terminology, 
and Laboratory Techniques 



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Robert M. Dixon 
Science 




Miriam F. Hirsch 
Sociology. Psychology 



Esther S. Galbraith 
Music 




Gerald J. Kane 
English, History 





David R. Reagan 
History, Political Science 



Muriel Mitchell 
Eni^lish 



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Faculty 




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Barbara J. Dunay 
Secretarial Science 




Doris F. Dorsch 

Secretarial Science 



Ann P. Googins 
Secretarial Science 




Marie Gould Seaton 
Secretarial Science 




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Carol A. While 
Secretarial Science 



Barbara L. Mosman 
Secretarial Science 



Faculty 





Beatrice B. Clarke 
Associate Librarian 



Norma E. Binnig 
Assistant Librarian 




Ethlyn J. Greenwood 
Librarian 





Darlene N. Alonzo 
French 



Calliope Shenas 
Voice 



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Staff 




Marion Merrifield 

Executive Secretary 




Delia B. Kyer 

House Director 




Ruth E. Goss 
Director of Residence 



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Klara K. Wender 
Treasurer 




Elcaniir T. Whitney 
House Director 



Mildred E. Deos 
House Director 



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Staff 




Carol E. Cochran 
Secretary to the Director of 
Admissions 





Dolores C. Ennis 
Clerk 





Eleanor J. Healey 
Secretary to the Dean 



Florence L. McKee 
College Nurse 



Marie K. Joyal 
Bookkeeper 




Joyce W. Benedict 
Assistant Director of 
Student Activities 




Bernice P. Vaill 
Dietitian 



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SENIOR CLASS 




SENIOR OFFICERS 

Madeline Amiraiilt — President 

Lorrie Kavanagh — Vice-President 

Mildred Houle — Secretary 

Catherine Delia Rocca — Treasurer 

Miss Donahue — Advisor 





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"novh" . . . i;ooii Ihinys come in small pack- 
aucN . . pcik\' pci'sonalilN . . . "Cii)od Ciiicl" 
. . "I'm liotlini; so fat" 

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CLAIRE ANN ALAIMO 
Bright-eyed . . . Hotel Marcy . . . life of the 
party . . . Loves Joe and spaghetti . . . "Who 
said 1 can't spell?" . . . W-O-R-D-S 

Thompsonville, Connecticut 




MADELINE AMIRAULT 

"Maude" . . . Always planning . . . next best 
thing to Red Skelton . . . Class Leader . . . The 
gal with an eye for "Crafty" kids 
Manchester, Connecticut 





DONNA LEE ANDERSEN 

"The Zipper" . . . oh, those Awful-AwfuI-s 
. . . Bay Path's answer to Dr. Gillespie . . . Ski 
enthusiast in strreeech pants . . . twister per- 
sonified 
Pittsfield, Massachusetts 



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JEAN MARY ANDERSON 

Studious, serious-minded, Bolhim Bookworm 
. . . EEK!!! a cat . .. . "I don't care what it 
looks like; I'll take it" 
Manchester, Connecticut 





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KAREN EDITH ANDERSON 

"Smiler" . . . sirens and flashing blue lights 
. . . trips to the beach . . . horsin' around . . . 
diet time — candy bar time ... "I need some 
hair spray" 
Clarksburg, Massachusetts 




CAROL ANDERTON 
Petite and sweet that's "Car" . . 
for something new and difi"erent 
falls in love it will be forever . 
away this weekend" 
Springfield, Massachusetts 



always ready 
. . when she 
. . "Let's go 



ALMA ARA\ 

Friendly . . . South American accent . . , 

Espanol, cha. cha, cha ... "I miss those maids" 

. . . "Do I think in English?" 

Quito. Ecuador 




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( \K(M > N Al'C'I AIR 

' O' Clair" is iIk' name . . . sIik-oio aiiil 
ilu>iii;hlt"iil . . , ah\a\s rcai.i\' for a gooJ tinu' 

. "Stup ai nn locker please" 
West Spiinuliekl, Massachusetts 



ARMINDA AUGUSTO 

"Mindy" . . . Loves sport cars 
straight hair . . . Night Clubs 
for seconds!" 
Ludlow. Massachusetts 



Oh— that 
"Let's go 




LYNN BAILEY 

Smile and a nod . . . understanding . . . "I'm 
not sure but I think I know the answer, Mrs. 
B" . . . "Hey, I got a letter from Butch!" 
Westfield, Massachusetts 





KAREN BAI ROSSI 

"Jinxie" . . . notorious speller . . . mother hen 
... Ft. Lauderdale . . . "If only I could type" 
. . . "I'd rather sing than eat, and I love to eat" 
Brattleboro, Vermont 



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JUDY BALSER 

Warm and sincere . . . those pipes . . . but how 
can you cut it any shorter . . . "But I can't 
stay, I have to work" 
Hampden, Massachusetts 





JANET BAMBINO 

Pretty . . . congenial and witty 
Sundaes . . . Where's your 
Janet? . . . "Seven No Trump" 
Sands Point, New York 



. . Strawberry 
orange knife. 




JANE ELLEN BARSTOW 

"Janie" . . . Contagious smile . . . Jimmy Jones 
. . . Just a Cape Cod clam digger . . . "Da-da 
da da-da da" . . . "Hi ya babes" . , . "I'M 
going HOME" 
Falmouth, Massachusetts 



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JOYCE BEAU DRY 

Conscientious, sincere . . . always ready for a 
good walk and talk . . . Past. Present, Future — 
REGIS . . , "How long did son siiuh'.'" 
Holyokc, Massachusetts 




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IRINI HHAIU iri' 

rhouiihltiil . . . Dh-mius oi lici ainioicil suil 
, . . ""Oh! I Iki\c so much lo do" . . . "And 
at'lcr I loaiiKkl ilk' whole jilobc!" 

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MARCIA BECK 

A sincere friend . . . Smart dresser . . . lovely 
blonde hair . . . understanding . . . Sure to be 
a success . . . "Hi guys!" 
Manchester. New Hampshire 




MICHAELA HELEN BEISLER 

"Mickey" . . . Springfield's Sister '62 . . . 
Cupid . . . West Point's niece . . . personality 
plus . . . "How far is Germany?" 
Hamden. Connecticut 





MARILYN BENNETT 

Sweet ... A friendly word for all . . . "Oh, 

those A. F. men" . . . "If it's going to be, it's 

going to be" . . . "Come and see me at the 

Cape!!" 

Westfield, Massachusetts 



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PAULETTE BERNIER 

"Paulefte" . . . Oh, that laugh . 
. . . MICHAEL . . . "Yak it up" 
humor, life is empty" 
East Hartford, Connecticut 



vivacious 
"Without 





CLAUDIA ALICE BERTSCHE 

Bobby's girl . . . Another charm? . . . "Leave 
me alone!" . . . "He's finally coming home" 
. . . "Wait for me for supper" 
Rockville, Connecticut 




CHARLENE BIRCH-FIELD 

"Char" . . . Her best subject — Wayne . . . 
Vivacious with a little of the devil in her eyes 
, . . "I hate Wednesdays" . . . "It's Friday — 
Hamden here I come" 
Hamden. Connecticut 




SUE ANN BLF-:VINS 

"Sue Ann" . . . Oh-h those eyes ... A real 
warm-hearted girl always willing to help some- 
one . . . "Did you do your I. ah homework?" 
Windsor Locks, Connecticut 



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FRANCrS HOniH 11 

"Fran" ... 1 i\ol\ pc'ison;ilil\ . . . Iiaii scl on 
Fridays . . . "By Walt Wliilman" . . . "^ akity, 
yak!" . . . "Guess what? Joe's eoining home!" 

Spi iniilk'KI. MasNacluisetls 



EILEEN BONK 

"Bonky" . . . sincere . . . "Anyone for Bridge?" 
... "I am too going to Europe" . . . "Did I get 
a iettei?" . . . "But Lloyd doesn't like Frauleins" 
Wethersfield. Connecticut 




BEVERLY ANN BRAMON 

"Bev" . . . beauty packed with personality" 
. . . Uconn to the end . . . "Hi ya chums" . . . 
"Chris is coming home" 
Bloomfield. Connecticut 








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MARY BRENNAN 

"Thumper" . . . Freddy . . . "Marianne!!" 
. . . "How does it feel to be graceful?" . . . "Do 
your eyes close when you smile?" 
Willimansett, Massachusetts 



JOAN BRIZITIS 

"Joanie" . . . Mail come yet . . . Early to bed, 
late to rise ... Misquamicut remembers 
Joanie . . . "The Way You Look Tonight" 
. . . "We've gotta clean our room" 
Manchester, Connecticut 





JANE DEBORAH BRYANT 

"Janie" . . . cute . . . always ready with a 
helping hand . . . excellent spelller . . . first 
floor "linguist" . . . friendly and fun . . . 
"Wahoo!" . . . "Sweet pea" 
Brattleboro, Vermont 




JANET BURKE 

"Jan" . . . poised and feminine . . . Mike 
. . . exotic eyes ... quiet .. . friendly . . , 
"Really?" . . . "Oh, don"t say thai" 
Wethersfield, ConnecticLit 



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"Sheila" . . . Hycs for r ot Ihuiloul . . . 

Blushes easily . . . "Oh, BananasI" . . . "If I 

don't pass spoiling" . . . "Convocalionl At 

what time'.'" 

Sullielil. Con nee lieu I 




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I'M Rl( 1 \ ( ARllU 

' r,u" (Juiot. bill noi loo . . . ("an be t'ouiui 

in hoi while Volkswagen, siin.l\ ing? . . . Always 
sniiline . . . Willini; to help 
W cihei sliekl. ( onneelieiil 



CYNTHIA DALE CASGRAIN 

"Cinny" . . . Cleopatra look . . . Likes any- 
thing French . . . Those exercises . . . AIC 
vs. SPRINGFIELD . . . Summertime 
Melrose. Massachusetts 




SANDRA CHAGNON 

"Tudor" . . mail from Notre Dame . . . loves 

Jerry and George . . . Can't wait for vacations; 

spring trip . . . "Let's heat up a crazy test tube. 

Doc!" 

Fairfield. Connecticut 





NANCY RUTH CHAMBERLAIN 

"Nanse" . . . famous second pair of eyes . . . 
Knitter of a 7-foot afghan . . . Large sweater 
wardrobe . . . Quiet (?) not the real Nan 
. . . Oh, those Awful-Awfuls 
Newington, Connecticut 



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LORRAINE CHAREST 

One of the gang . . . Ten page letters from 
D. L. . . . Hi-Boy lunches . . . Always friendly 
. . . The white tornado . . . "You'll have to pay 
the fine" 
South Hadley Falls, Massachusetts 





CAROLYN CONNORS CHRISTIE 

"Miss Sunbeam" . . . Today's pretty day . . . 

B & B — & B? ... CQ ... Air Force Blues 

. . . warm personality . . . "Guilford, where's 

that?" 

Guilford, Connecticut 




JANICE CHROSTOWSKI 

"Jan" . . . dependable friend 
diamond . . . Spring, 1964 . . 
the story . . . deceivingly quiet 
Calmer, Massachusetts 



. . loves her 
her eyes tell 



VERONICA COBB 

"Ronnie" . . . (iod bless that A. I. C. Grad! 

. . . icrrific friend . . . cherishes her pin . . , 

"Hey. guess what I got?" 

Ludlow, Massachusetts 




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"Joh.miio" . . , noma IV-liic . . . cards aiuiino 

, . . "Mol, who else'.'" . . . "How's possum?" 

. . . "1 ct's sit in ihc i:ai" 

lasi 1 1,11 lloi\l. C'onncclicul 



KATHLEEN CORLISS 

'"Sambo" . . . "Snowball" . 
for another cup of coffee?' 
tonight" . . . "Holy Molly" 
Springfield. Massachusetts 



"Do I have time 
. . "Seeing John 




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MARCIA CRAIG 

Friendly . . . Don . . . "I'll read the summaries 
and jump into bed" . . . "Butter, please" . . . 
"This meal did not appeal to me in the least" 
Southboro, Massachusetts 





NANCY ANNE CRANDALL 
"Nanse" . . . Those Northeastern Weekends 
m-m-m . . . Talented Pianist . . . Expert at 
raising spirits and the devil . . . "Hi there" 
Oiean, New York 



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AUDREY RUTH CRUMB 

"Poops" . . . "Chirp" . . . Early morning phone 

calls . . . Lives graciously . . . Always happy 

. . . "Another letter from Paul" . . . "How many 

cuts left?" 

West Hartford, Connecticut 



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JOANNE RUTH DANNER 

Late to bed, later to rise . . . Snap decisions 

. . . Tardy, but never late . . . "Snid" has 

been a good friend . . . "When I was in Maine 

last summer" 

Poquonock, Connecticut 




CATHERINE DELLA ROCCA 

"Cathy" . . . Congenial . , . "Where are my 
books" . . . "It tastes like lemonade" . . . "Oh. 
this pen" . . . "Be calm" 
Hazardvillc, Connecticut 



MARIANNE DELMONTE 
"Marianne" . . . Thoughtful 
. . . Loves her "reddybear" 
in m\' case study" 
Wllliniansctt, Massachiisells 



Hands ,-\nd\ 
"I'll put you 




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M \RciARl I' ANN \^0\\ V 

"l\\et:\" . . . iH'ppv . , . W iiiiiii.' . . . Cicoiyi; 

on Ikm niiiul . . . "l")ii.ln'l I t;ol a letter?" . . 

■ I'm almost loaJv " 

moi>niricld. Comiocticiit 




VIRGINIA CAROL DRISCOLL 

"Ginny" . . . Sweet and sincere ... In love 
again? . . . Campus commuter to F.I.C. . . . 
Longmeadow. "Home sweet Home" 
East Hartford. Connecticut 






PATRICIA DWYER 

"Pat" . . . "Dickie" . . . Bouncy . . . Always 
laughing . . . Too much . . . "Is that a hole 
in your nylon, Pat?" . . . "Oh no, I lost my 

Hartford. Connecticut 





ROSALIND MARY DYMEK 

Sweet and gay, in a sophisticated way . . . 

Hint of mischief behind pretty green eyes . . . 

Charlie M'Boy . . . devoted medical ... "I 

do plan on staying here 'a' weekend" 

East Hartford, Connecticut 



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CAROL EATON 

She came back a Mrs. . . . The pitless bottom 

. . . "Guess who's coming home tonight? Frank" 

... "I like it; I want it" 

Wilbraham, Massachusetts 





BARBARA ANN EICHHORN 
"Ike" . . . "Chirp" . . . Friendly and outgoing 
. . . Avid medical . . . "where to this week- 
end?" . . . "South Carohna here I come" 
Holyoke, Massachusetts 




JO EVERETT 

"Jo" . . . Beauty and talent . . . modern dancer 
. . . Friendly and understanding . . . "Key- 
notes — sure do miss it" . . . "Cut my hair? 
No — I like it long" 
Stoninizton, Connecticut 



DIANNF-. MARIl- FALCON 

"D" ... A Major project . . . Ciirl Friday of 

the library . . . speedy slowpoke . . . "What did 

I lose ant! where?" 

North Adams. Massachusetts 




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"liisli" . . . Cicmiiiio I'liiilish l.nh . . . .Appears 
qiiiol ;iik1 shy; c\'cs tell the sior\ . . . ■Norlli 
lo Alaska" . . . "Oiih' a farmoi will i.\o" . . . 
■AWiiiKI \.i. kid'.''.'" 
ruisiiold. MassaL'hiisclts 



JANET FASELLE 

Camera bug . . . sleepy head . . . loads of ftin 
. . . Tries to get her hands on the family 
T-hird as much as possible 
New Britain. Connecticut 




ELIZABETH ANN FEATHERS 

"Betty" . . . Twister from Cape Cod . . . 

Headed for Boston? . . . never a dull moment 

. . . Vivacious . . . "I've decided" 

Springfield, Massachusetts 




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JUDITH FLOREK 

"Judy" . . . ambitious . . . Good friend to all 
. . . Activities, activities, activities . . . Love 
that Princeton man . . . "Hold that tiger" 
Soulhwick, Massachusetts 



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SUSAN GAIL FRICKE 

"Susie" . . . "Chirp" . . . Easy to get along 

with . . . "Are you kidding me?" . . . "Does 

anyone have a mentholated cigarette?" 

East Hartford, Connecticut 





JOYCE BEVERLY FRUCHTMAN 

"Chirp" . . . Conscientious medical . . . 

TLirnetl up nose and big brown eyes . . . Spends 

Sundays at the gas station vviih Pete . . . "Hey, 

wait for me" 

New Britain, Connecticut 




SANDRA LUCILLE GALLUCCI 

"Sandy" . . , Partial to French, Italian style 

. . . responsible . . . enthusiastic medical 

. . . The best part of beauty is that which no 

picture can express. 

Meriden. Connecticut 



DIANE GEBO 

"Di" . . . Brown-eyeil blond 
sweater? ... In debt again? 
art — again" . . . ■Diet Anyone?" 
Indian Orchard. Massachusetts 



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"Let's cut 




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SAMARA 1 1-NA CI 1 R 

"S;iiui\" . , . "SnuK" . . . S|\is1k' . . . L-on- 
vcnihlc liJos in winu-i' . . . "■Cuni.i sci ihnse 
iMhlos" . . . -nioi " 
M.uK'lK'slcr. C'oniK\'li..'iii 



GERALDINE GIBSON 

"Jerry" . . . Petite . . . Bobby . 
kidding me?" . . . "Be serious" 
think he looks like a teddybear" 
Springfield. Massachusetts 




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. "I still 



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CHRISTINE GIOKAS 

"Chris" . . . Always ready for fun . . . Puzzled 
look — frustration in Lab? . . . Best kind of 
friend . . . Twinkle in her eyes for someone 
at U. of Mass. 
Chicopee Falls. Massachusetts 





FRANCES GODEK 

"Fran" . . . Radiant personality . . . Just loves 
apples . . . Honorary boarder in dorms . . . 
"I forgot to pick up my lunch card — again!" 
Chicopee, Ma.ssachusetts 



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JUDITH GOLLIS 

"Judie" . . . Vivacious personality . . . Infec- 
tious laugh . . . "By Golly, it's Golly" . . . 
"Generally speaking, she's generally speaking" 
. . . "Boston" 
New Bedford, Massachusetts 





KATHLEEN GRIFFIN 

"Kathy" . . . Been to N. J. lately? . . . Once a 
friend, always a friend . . . Jack . . . Oh. those 
Hi-Boys . . . "Mama moose" 
Longmeadow. Massachusetts 




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LINDA MARY GRYWALSKI 

"Chirp" . . . Cute ... is crazy about a certain 

Teddybear . . . "Hey, Roomie, wake me for 

dinner" . . . "Ask me if I care" . . . "Do I look 

sharp or what?" 

Wallingford, Conncclicut 



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"Betsy ' . . . Blue eyes . . , rosy complexion 
. . . Quiet . . . Tom . . . 8:09 . . . Always rush- 
ing . . . "Oh. so proper" 
West Spring(ield, Massachusetts 




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Joannic" . . . Oh. .loliiiin . . . Woiuicirul 
rooinmatc . . . Tears from nowhere . . . Beauty 
and brains vwij nii\i\l . . . "'What elia got to 
cat "" 
NiM thiol J. ( onnc;.'! ii.'iil 



JANE HOLT 

"Jane" . . . Sh>'. fiill of fun . . . always smiling 
. . . "Vermont this weekend?" . . . "Better study 
in the car" . . . "Still waiting for Corvette" 

SufTield, Connecticut 




MILDRED HOULE 

"Millie" . . . Loads of fun . 
"With a Song in my heart" 
for me?" . . . "Hi ya boobs" 
Holyoke, Massachusetts 




Loves cats . . . 
. . "Any mail 




ANN HOUSTON 

"Boobs" . . . Curly hair . . . happy go lucky 

. . . Loves that Springfield College man . . . 

Andy . . . "Going home again" 

Canaan, Connecticut 



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VALERIE ANNE HURLEY 

Meticulous V. A. . . . Big blue eyes . . . Hint 

of sophistication . . . Victim of pranks . . . 

Early to bed? Early to rise? . . . "Who took 

Gene?" 

Manhasset, New York 





JANIS EDYTHE INGHAM 

"Jan" . . . Talkative . . . California-bound, she 

hopes . . . "Love those bus trips on Valentine's 

Day" . . . "What a panic" . . . "Bob won't 

mind" 

Orance, Massachusetts 




MARCIA ANNE JANOSZ 
Quiet, shy at first but watch out . . . The 
Spaghetti and Meatball Kid . . . Every week- 
end Palmer bound . . . FOOD, EOOD 
Three Rivers, Massachusetts 



ELAINE JASMIN 

"Charlie" . . . Big dark eyes . . . Will she ever 

get those contacts? . . . Nice ilrcsscr . . . 

Usually happy 

Indian Orchard. MassachnsclN 




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Ill/AHMII 1 RANCF.S JEI.LISON 

"WV-bb " , , . Oiikc of Earl . . . More bounce 

lo iIk- ounce . . . "Ula, HIa, HIa" . . . "Don't 

swcai it. kids" 

lla/ai\l\ illc, ("onnoclicul 



BARBARA ANN JONES 
"Barb" . . . Big brown eyes . 
. . . Springfield College . . . 
going on a diet" 

Melrose. Massachusetts 



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"Tomorrow I'm 




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LORRIE KAVANAGH 

"Reb" . . . Unmistakable laugh . . . Loves her 

perpetites . . . allergic to morning light . . . 

"Hey, you guys" . . . "Oh, this Yankee 

weather" 

Springfield. Massachusetts 





MARY KAWCZINSKI 

"Mimi" . . . Never organized . . . Don't call 

her Mary . . . Mischief comes naturally . . . 

Jimmy . . . "Well, I like the flower on my 

antenna" 

Thorndike, Massachusetts 



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SUSAN DALLAS KILPATRICK 

"Suze" . . . Faithful to Hobart . . . Personality 

plus . . . Doctor's Prize . . . Responsible . . . 

Gracious . . . "YO?" 

Branford, Connecticut 





DOROTHY KINGTON 

"Dotty" . . . Ardent Navy fan . . . Loves to 

debate . . . "Everything's peachy" . . . "We've 

still got five minLites" . . . "Brian's coming 

home" 

Rockville. Connecticut 




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FRANCES KOCZELA 

"Fran" . . . Trip to Guam? . . . B. P.'s only 

jet flyer . . . "Where's Pat — I got a letter" 

... "I got a letter" . . . "I'll fix the doors 

yet" 

Adams, Massachusetts 



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ELEANOR KATHLEEN LABIENIEC 
"Eldanor" . . . "Chirp" ... A grey Corvette 
. . . "But he likes my hair long" . . . "Love 
that Mod course" . . . "Four demerits and it's 
only October" 
Berlin, Connecticut 




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Kaviiiu bcaiitv . . . soil spoken . . . Joe loves 
loni; walks in llio uooiis . . . "What am I tioinj: 
lo lio'.'" . . . "Should 1 cm ni\ hair?" 
Auawain. Massacluisells 




BARBARA LAURENDEAU 
"Barb" . . . "Chirp" . . . Sleep through an- 
other class? . . . BouncN'. bubbly . . . New 
"\'ork . . . "Are you kidding me" 
Bristol. Connecticut 



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GAIL LEES 

Glee Club Enthusiast . . . Conscientious 
worker ... A true friend ... "I didn't get a 
letter today" . . . "Come on. let"s go" . . . "Saw 
Ray last night" 
Warehouse Point. Connecticut 





GALE LEJA 

"Gale" . . . One of the gang . . . Appears shy — 
but oh my ... "I pinch "em" . . . "Oh. am I 
glad that's over" 
South Hadley Falls. Massachusetts 



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KATHERINE LIBISZEWSKI 

"Shadow" . . . Sincere . . . Diet conscious . . . 
"Did you study?" . . . "Bet "cha I flunked" 
. . . "Are you kidding" 
Indian Orchard, Massachusetts 





ROSALIE LIBISZEWSKI 

"The other shadow" . . . Flies out of class 
. Joe . . . "Whoops there goes that phone 
again" . . . "Gotta study" 
Indian Orchard. Massachusetts 




KATHERINE ELIZABETH LIEBERUM 
"Kathy" . . . Quiet 'til . . . Not engaged but 
china'd . . . sensitive to other's feelings . . . 
"Guess what, I'm going HOME this weekend" 
Bridgeport. Connecticut 



CYNnir \ I INDEN 

"Cyn" . . . Avid fan of 15ro\sn . . . i hose 
weekends in N. Y. . . . Big brown eyes shine 
only for Art . . . Early to bed — late to rise 
\\ csiri<.KI, Massachusetts 




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kARI N 1 INDHN 

Cornel! or bust! . . . ("an'i wail tor June . . . 

Aliraeiivo. sincere, sopliisliealeil ... "1 el's 

pia\ Briiige" . . . "Don't trip o\ei iliose ice 

eubes" 

Windsor. Conneetieut 



BONITA JEAN LINEHAN 

"Agnes" . . . Sweet and understanding . . . 

"Really" . . . "Jack's coming home" . . . "If I 

don't get a letter today" 

Enfield. Connecticut 





BEVERLY LOBDELL 

"Rabbit" . . . Baby Blue Sprite . . . Love those 
Brown Weekends . . . "Maybe that's Johnny" 
. . . "Thank heavens for cereal" 
Fairfield, Connecticut 





KATHLEEN ANNE LYNCH 
"Kutch" . . . "Chirp" . . . Irish eyes are smiling 
. . . Vivacious, cheerful . . . "I'm going to 
bed early tonight" . . . "Lost my lunch ticket" 
Monson, Massachusetts 



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LINNEA MABB 

"Lin" . . . That auburn hair 

talks . . . Rambling Rose . . 

nea . . . "That certain guy" 

for me" 

Williamsport. Pennsylvania 




. . Those long 
Hurry up, Lin- 
. . . "Sign out 




EILEEN MacDONALD 

"Clancy" . . . Full of vitality . . . That boy at 
St. Anselm's . . . "Do you want to play bridge?" 
. . . "Are you kidding me" 
Springfield, Massachusetts 




JESSIE STUART MACKAY 

"Jess" . . . Campus beauty . . . Real knack for 
managing money . . . never dateless . . . 
Burns the midnight oil . . . "Neater than gum" 
Wcstport. Connecticut 



BI-;iS\' MANSl R 

Ponytail anil freckles . . . talkative . . . week- 
end shopper . . . early risei . . . Spelling and 
accounting . . . "Ham again" 
Bloomfield, Connecticut 




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ROS \1 11 M \RKri 

"Ro" , \iii,icii\i.' aiul i:a\ in a win nwc 

\\a\ . . . ■■Really. it"> oiih a little mow than a 

carat" . . . "It is NOT iiilaluation" . . . "Let's 

■-teal Cicne" 

Hartt'oiil. Connecticut 




LINDA MARR 

Neat "n' sweet . . . calm. cute, conservative 
. . . Loves Jitter . . . Blushes . . . Freckled nose 
. . . "You're too much!" 
Acawam. Massachusetts 



BERNADETTE ANN MASTROIANNI 
"Boone" . . . Vivacious and energetic . . . 
Everyone's friend and counselor . . . Enthusi- 
astic . . . JIM . . . "Hi. hons" . . . "I'm not 
fussy at all" 
North Adams. Massachusetts 





JANE PARKER McDOWELL 

"Janie" . . . alv^/ays smiling ... Off to "Baston" 

. . . Ready with enthusiastic support . . . 

Unique filing system for clothes . . . Startling 

cough 

Leominster, Massachusetts 



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MARY ANN McHUGH 
"Mare" . . . Fair headed damsel . . 
expressions! . . . Another hair style . 
humor and wit . . . "How tall is he?" 
Lynbrook, New York 



Oh those 
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SHIRLEY MEREGIAN 

"Shirl" . . . Always happy 
up . . . Tears and lead feet 
"Hey! Wha' cha do en?" 
Wilhraham, Massachusetts 




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GAIL ELIZABETH MERRIAM 

"Gail or — Ghoul?" . . . Great philosoph>' of 
life . . . Does she or doesn't she — she does 
. . . "What's love?" 
Lonymeadow, Massachusetts 



SMA lA ANN Ml( IILI.ET 

"Syl" . . . •'< Imp' ... 84 Noel Street . . . 

Loves to dance . . . Collects white spiders . . . 

Always rcaiK lor a yood lime . . . "iinl I gotta 

do my exercises" 

Torringlon, Connecticut 




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'i.iiiin\" ... A liillc inischicl' In ilu- w ;i\ . a 
link" fun 10 spice ihc Ja\ . . . "So wlial it m\ 
nioihci\ Chinese" . . . "Hut leaily, I'm sweet 
aiul innoeent" 
Stiatl'oiil, (onneetieut 



JOAN CAROL MILLER 
"Joannie" . . . Fourth floor's mother . . . 1964 
. . . C. G. A. . . . Neat and ladylike . . . Spell- 
ing champ . . . Laugh heard round the campus 
Groton. Connecticut 




JOAN MITCHELL 

"Mitch" . . . Blond Bicardi . . . Med attracts 

. . . Car troubles, much? . . . True friend . . . 

"Hey, you guys!" . . . 

Branford, Connecticut 





IRENE MOCCIO 

Always ready to go . . . Pretty face can be 

found in library or lounge . . . Love that 

accent . . . Cotton candy ... "I saw the most 

beautiful blue . . ." 

Hampden, Massachusetts 



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BARBARA ANN MONTAGNA 

"Barb" . . . "Smiles" . . . Faithful and loyal 

. . . Veal cutlets . .. . "Toodles. kids" ... "I 

hate coffee, I love "T". 

North Adams, Massachusetts 



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BETH JEAN MOORE 

"Beth" . . . Always smiling . . . Loves music 
and people . . . Tom — procrastinate . . . Never 
late? . . . Laugh much? . . . "Where's Lee?" 
Wilhrah;uTi, Massachusetts 







BARBARA MO,SIG 
"Barb" . . . Chipmunk . 
. . . sincere . . . "Tell me" 
that" ... "I like it so much" 
Springfield, Massachusetts 



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MELINDA ANN MlTriANTI 

"Mclin" . . . Fashion setter . . . always willing 

lo help . . . Mallo-cup collector . . . "Meet 

you at K.P." . . . "Yool Moo!" 

Rockville. Connecticut 




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m RNICE ANNl- MIM AK 
"Honiiic" ... I iiiK'sonic niylils . . . ScLond 
sliil'l . . . Praclicalils plus , . , "Wc'ic jioiiii; 
\o Nl.ul sa\iii,u" 

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ANN MURRAY 

"Meg" . . . Sincere . . . Sad or happy, never 

neutral . . . "R-E-A-L-L-Y" . . . "Huh?" . . . 

"Where're yuh goin'?" 

Springfield. Massachusetts 




LESLIE NEHRING 

"Boobe" . . . green eyes, blond hair . . . 
Mischievous ... All talk, no action . . . 
"Bouncing" Bob? . . . "What's new at Fair- 
field U?" 
Fairfield. Connecticut 





ELAINE NITKA 

Always willing to lend a helping hand . . . 
Speciality medical . . . Warm, friendly smile 
. . . "Did you write it yet?" . . . "Oh! What 
am I going to do with my hair?" 
Wales, Massachusetts 



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JUDITH NORTON 

"Jutz" . . . Home every Friday . . . Fritos 

. . . Loves Italian food and a certain Italian 

guy . . . Friendly, unpretentious 

Pittsfield, Massachusetts 





BARBARA NOWAK 

"Tillie" . . . Ready and willing to go . . . One 

of the gang . . . Visitor of the Q Club . . . 

Who chipped those steps in front of G. H. 

. . . "Hey you guys" 

Holyoke, Massachusetts 




KAREN MARGARET O'BRIEN 
"Scarlet O'Hara" . . . St. Patrick's Day, New 
York . . . Friendly personality . . . "Tease 
my Hair?" . . . "No potatoes, please" 
Hamdcn. Connecticut 



MARY LYNN O'LEARY 
Mischievous Irish eyes . . . Football helmet 
. . . Kingston Trio . . . "Let's go to Providence" 
. . . "There's nothing like fun. is there?" 
West Fnglcwood. New Jersey 




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niANH DOROTHY Ol 1 I\1"R 

"OcJo" . . . "Chiip" . . H;ipp\ siiiilo 
Hull of niiscliicf , . . "I'll iliink lo thai" 
"rime tor a cii;cc-poo" . . , 
Haiic, \ cnnont 



EVELYN LOUISE O'NEILL 
"Evie" . . . The mad scientist . . . No time for 
food . . . Burns the midnight oil . . . "O-o-o 
the beebe" . . . "How many CC's Doc?" 

Florence, Massachusetts 




ANDREA JOAN PASSAL 

"Andi" . . . Soft spoken . . . Loves to dance 
. . . Prefers bridge to homework . . . "Honestly, 
it was a blast and a half" 
Windsor, Connecticut 




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"Lee" . . . Walks around in a daze 
a smile . . . "Never late — Oh, no" 
does everything happen to me" 
North Wilbraham, Massachusetts 



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DONNA PESCI 

Chatterbox . . . easy going and loads of fun 

. . . URI . . . Loves Sinatra . , . "Craig's coming 

up this weekend" 

Windsor Locks, Connecticut 





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JUDITH POLI 

Back with Mike FINALLY . . . Sharp Chevy 

. . . Oh! those silk blouses . . . Wonderful person 

to know . . . That laugh 

Holyoke, Massachusetts 




ROSE PORCELLO 

"RAP" . . . Best things come in small pack- 
ages . . . Diet anyone? . . . Eyelashes and more 
eyelashes . . . Happy-go-lucky . . . "Who likes 
pizza?" 
Thompsonvillc. Connecticut 



PAIkK lA POWI'R 

"Pal" . . . Witty and full of fun . . . Ho-Jo's 

. . . Hair Spray . . . "Wait'll I icll you what 

happened" 

Hartford, Connecticut 




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(-HR1SI1NA RA1NK.A 

■ rina" . . . 1 lie kill cvoi>onc likes 
"Wliai'ie \ou a mil or a triangle artist'.' 
" There's soinethiiiL; wrong with my car" 
W arreii, Massachusetts 



CAROL RAWSK.I 

"Butch" . . . Loves those phone calls from 

Penn . . . Stylish, tiny, and sweet . . . "May I 

have a glass of water, please?" 

West Hartford. Connecticut 




BARBARA ANNE READ 
Loves furry animals . . . Practical jokers — 
stay away . . . Engaged . . . "Of course, Lm 
going home this weekend" . . . "Little Toot" 
Avon, Connecticut 





JUDITH RIVEST 

"Judy" . . . Ideal friend . . . Beautiful eyes 
. . . Loves U. of M. . . . "Wanna go to the 

library?" 

.Springfield, Massachusetts 



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SUSAN JANE ROBINSON 

"Susie" . . . Pint-sized bundle of pep ... A 

wonderful friend . . . Crazy about her Tay 

. . . "Horses? Where" . . . "Hey girls, I'm 

going to wash my hair" 

Windsor, Vermont 





JULIANNE SALETNIK 

"Julie" . . . Good driver?? . . . Clothes galore 

. . . Fridays at ZX . . . Skimmed milk . . . 

"I'm lotting my hair grow" . . . "Let's go to the 

city" 

North Wilbraham, Massachusetts 



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MARTHA LOUISE SAMPLE 

"Sam" . . . Gonna get her wings . . . TKE . . 
"I'm not sarcastic — much" ... "I did study- 
I 5 minutes" 
East Longmeadow, Massachusetts 



CAROL SCALISE 

"Carol" . . . Neat . . . Pert little package of 

petiteness . . . excels in all her studies . . . 

Hopes to earn her wings 

Springfield, Massachusetts 




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"Jiulv" . . . I\"PP> iiiii^' tiin-lovinu . . . loves 
licr lV>.kl\ Hi'.u . . . lom . . . "Hul tliat school 
is so far a\\a\ " 
Auaw am. MassacluiscHs 



ANN SCHULZ 

A depth and humbleness very few possess . . . 
A-1 Tickle-e-e-r . . . Nimble??? ... My "little 
rabbit" . . . "California, here we come" 
Gloversville. New York 




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SALLY JANE SEABOURNE 

"Sal" . . . Moonlight in Vermont . . . Dr. Sal 
. . . Leisurely living . . . Clear the phone 10 
p.m. Sunday . . . "Oh, really" 
Newington, Connecticut 





ARLENE RUTH SEBASTIAN 
"Arch" . . . "Chirp" . . . Lovely to look at; 
delightful to know . . . "Don't rush me" . . . 
"Do you have that sluggish feeling?" 
Wallingford, Connecticut 



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KRISTINE SHEPARD 

"Kris" . . . World's greatest cook 
hurry? . . . "My bike's broken" . 
am I going to do with my hair?" 
Torrington, Connecticut 



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BARBARA JEAN SIKES 

"Butch" . . . One blue eye and one green eye 
. . . "You lead — I don't have my glasses on" 
... "I shouldn't haf to tak speling" 
Lee, Massachusetts 




CAROL LEE SOUTRA 

"Sootie" . . . Irresistible smile . . . Fashion 

personified ... "A letter from Big Bob or 

little Bob" . . . "Somebody please get that 

bug" 

Springfield, Massachusetts 



PATRICIA SOWECKE 

"Straight Arrow" . . . Caloric Counter . . . 

Tiger* enthusiast . . . Esso man — 3 feet tall 

. . . "New York City, anyone" 

Wantagh, New York 



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ROSHM \in SPONZO 

"Roc" .1 iucs that Sax . . . M\\ lUn . . . 

"lIui'iN up" . . . "Docs ainonc want \o l;o fur 

a 1 ii.lc" 

\\ iiulsor. Coiinci-iicut 




CAROLE JANICE STEWARD 

An endless smile . . . Corvette enthusiast . . . 

Time for everyone . . . "Oh, that autographed 

book" . . . "Did I tell you?" 

Thompsonville. Connecticut 



LINDA STEWART 

"Stu" . . . Bobby's girl . . . alvi'ays on the 

move . . . Airlines or New Jersey Summers in 

Maine 

West Boylston, Massachusetts 





PATRICIA STULA 

"Pat" . . . Tiny Medical . . . Red shoes 
"Where's the yellow convertible. Lefty?" 
"No, thank you, I don't twist" 
Colchester, Connecticut 



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GERALDINE TEEHAN 
"Gerri" . . . Irish Eyes are Smiling . 
those cokes . . . "So Tony and I — " 
should be doing my homework, but— 
Springfield, Massachusetts 



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CAROL JANET TETREAULT 

Those weekends at Brown . . . Bolluni Hall's 

sleeping beauty . . . Sweet . . . "Think Lll call 

Jimmy" . . . "Do you mind?" 

Greenfield. Massachusetts 




MARILYN LEE THOMPSON 

Understanding and sincere . . 
sundaes . . . Gene Pitney . 
Weekend . . . "Is he Protestant?" 
Rockville. Connecticut 



Hot fudge 
Worcester 



LINI5A 1 EL I IIOKPE 

"Chirp" . . . Not (iiidilicr dozen roses . . . 
Forever in the closet . . . "My bunny is call- 
ing" . . . "Only live more days "til Friday" 
. . Let's cut classes and go to Fricndly's" 
Madison. Connecticut 




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KIIA IKAMONT 

"Rco" . . . '"Cliiip" . . . Pert, pcpps , pctiic 
. . . New ^'ork . . . Bobln's i;irl , . . "Oh, 
iliank i;ooi.lncss it's Friilay" 

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JANICE TREMBLAY 
■■Jan" . . . Peppy and popular 
. . . Loves to twist or play bridge 
pajamas, and T.V. 

Springfield, Massachusetts 



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Popcorn, 




DONNA MARIE VADERS 

Army Blues . . . Sways with a wiggle . . . 
Johnny Mathis . . . Some shyness, more sweet- 
ness . . . "How many days?" 
Manchester, Connecticut 





NANCY WALKER 

"Nance" . . . "Mother Goose" ... Is it time 
to unpack yet? . . . always ready for a good 
time . . . "Can't wait to go home" 
Waterbury, Connecticut 



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SUSAN WALSH 

"Suzzz" . . . Tan midriff . . . Always laughing 
. . . Got an itch?? . . , "I'll flunk it" . . . "Friend 
to the end" 
Shrewsbury, Massachusetts 




ELIZABETH ANN WELLS 
"Betty" . . . Industrious Medical 
fine" . . . "Just love Ronnie's smile" 
play bridge" 
Hazardville, Connecticut 




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DONNA WILKINSON 

Ski much? . . . Sports enthusiast . . . "Did I 
get a letter from Larry?" . . . "No, I don'l 
want a hair-cLil" . . . "Exercises anyone" 
Lanesboro, Massachusetts 



JOANNE WOJTOWir/ 

"Tanko" . . . One of the gang . . . lall I'aiil 

. . . Drives a jeep . . . Hi-Boy ant! <; ( Inh 

. . . "That reminds me of a joke" 

Springfield, Massachusetts 




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CONSTANCE WROBl.ESKI 

"Connie" . . . Cards in the lounge . . 

Marvelous personality . . . Future — RUSS . . 

Neatness plus good dressing taste . . . "Oh- 

six days" 

Springfield, Massachusetts 



JUDITH YASKULKA 

'■Judes" . . . Expressive eyes . . . The date 
the cemetery . . . Chicken croquettes . . 
Camera bug . . . Faith plus friendship . . 
"He's a nice sensible kid" 
Rockvilie. Connecticut 




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Our Queen and Her Court 




Left to right, Front row: Julianne Saletnik, Susan Kilpatrick, Queen Madeline Amirault, Sandra 
Gallucci, Suzanne Byrne; back row: Nancy Law, Judith Florek, Deborah Marchand, Joan 
Beaudry. 



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Our Queen 




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Junior Class 





JUNIOR OFFICERS 
Ann Monahan — President 
Nancy Law — Vice-President 
Joan Beaudry — Secretar> 
Sheila Lynch — Treasurer 
Miss White — Advisor 





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SSffl^' 



Lynn Baker 

Barry Brown 

Toby Burke 

Catherine Adamic 

Myrla Mitchell 




Kaicii Suruii-.oii 
Judy Seibert 
Judith Kieliszek 
Joanne Mascaro 
Nancy Nash 




Anne Marshall 

Glcnys Cutlci 

Ehzabeth Waivcris 

Joan I cvin 




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Wendy Wilson 
I'aliicia Shea 
Cynthia Twine 
Kailileeii Mever 



Deborah Marchand 

Kathleen Bonner 

Linda Davis 

Diane Ude 

Alice Schultz 





Lucille Conetta 
Donna Tyskwicz 
Phoebe Hammond 
Elaine Potter 
Elizabeth Anderson 



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Sharon Jenkinson 

Barbara Kuhmichel 

Joan Sinclitico 

Elinor Walls 

Patricia Tedesco 





Michaeline Fedor 
Barbara Mozicato 
Carol Gutt 
Paula Bielaska 
JliIIc Astudillo 



Carole Murphy 

Sue Ann Loughiin 

Rcnatc Svciccrs 

Nancy Law 

Palricia rorino 




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C"> iiiliia Cliain 
AiiiK- Mitclidl 
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Maiihu lUick 
Shci\l Roniscy 



Judith Farrell 

Barbara Gauvin 

Judy Monroe 

Sallyann Pryce 

Donna Meehan 





Betty Zeiner 
Claire Baker 
Carol Mixon 
Sandra Stephan 
Doris Brubaker 



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Mary Farrar 

Jane Gondek 

Carol Lee Farrior 

Joan Beaudry 

Diane Lisk 





Diane Clark 
Irene Arciszewski 
Judith Hebert 
Sandra Newman 
Melissa Klein 



Donna Sniilli 

Judilh Walo 

Ann Shpodaninok 

Naiuira Spencer 

Gay Day J^ 




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Carole Ciobcillc 
Linda Trylxi 
Harbara Clicchclte 
Sarajaiic Kane 



Susanne Schmitz 

Karen Pariseleti 

Margaret Welles 

Nancy Repole 

Patricia Casey 




Carol Quarry 
Merith Wood 
Sallyanne Clifford 
Jane Callahan 
Deborah Wing 
Tanna Covell 









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Marty Gruenheck 

Sandra Kawalec 

Paula Kuta 

Cissy Cavanaugh 




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Karen Ann Johnson 
Faye Mastrangelo 
Beverly Horanzy 
Sharon Gately 
Janet Houghton 



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Nancy Boynlon 

Carol ("hariicr 

Susan Hlancliaul 

Joan (^i]ii;lcy 




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ShciLi lynch 
Patricia Ricliaiilson 
Ciail Sloholini 



Linna Tower 

Susan Jane Robinson 

Sue Ann Robinson 

Virginia Burton 





Lydia Campanini 
Mary Ann Fonseca 
Laraine Cenicola 
Sally Gurski 
Linda Stephan 



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Noreen Leary 

. Karen Lombard 

Jeanne Shykula 

Eugenia LaMonica 

Judith Quinn 





Myrle Bodry 
Lynne Swiatowski 
Susanne Comparetto 
JoEllen Manton 
Joan Iwanicki 



Kaiicnc Cil-Iiiuis 

Barbara Grabon 

Maria Pcllcgrino 

Joyce Picrog 

Carol Ann JclTcoat 




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Mcrodiih WakciiKiii 
Andrea llodydon 
Jaiic Newell 
Palrieia 1 aiciuinio 
Barbara Wehslor 



Cynthia Jobin 

Susan White 

Constance Kellerman 

Anne Monahan 

Jean Renzulli 





Judith Bailargeon 
Bernice Pietrycha 
Jane Anable 
Lois Hopi<ins 



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Pamela Box 

Susan Fitsguibbons 

Linda Rose 

Jennifer Parrett 

Doris Evans 





Linda Schultz 
Sandra Graves 
Janet Adams 
Sally Wilkes 
Barbara Jachna 



Grclcl L:hl 

Patricia Brill 

Carole Mullen 

Susan Hubbard 

Penelope Tonks 




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Linda De Maria 
Emmy Priestley 
Suzanne Byrne 
Judy Hngstrom 
Pamela Hurlburl 



Nancy Allen 

Jean Ashley 

Dorothy Levasseur 

Patricia Sheridan 

Marilyn Bucheri 




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Carol Miller 
Pauline LaCroix 




Paulette Nareau 
Constance Godek 
Nancy Butts 
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ORGANIZATIONS 






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Student Council 






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Joan Quigley — Junior Dorm Representative 

Diane Lisk — Junior Student Aid Representative 

Eileen MacDonald — Senior Commuter Representative 

Elaine Nitka — Senior Student Aid Representative 

Judith Florek — Vice-President 

Susan Kilpatrick — President 

Carol Rawski — Secretary 

Joyce Fruchtman — Treasurer 

Sandra Gallucci — Senior Dorm Representative 

Eugenia LaMonica — Junior Commuter Representative 




The StLidcnt Council, under the direc- 
tion of Dean Wriglil, lias done an excep- 
tional job this year in an attempt to im- 
prove campus lite at Bay Path and to 
act as an intermediary yroup bet\>.een the 
faculty and students. The Couneil. the 
members of which are elected in the 
spring of each year, sponsor se\eral tund- 
raising projects and help in supers iMng 
various school activities. 



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Glee Club 




Officers 



Mikircd Hoiile — President 
Hlizabeth Anderson — Vice-President 
Barbara Read — Secretary 
Constance Kellcrman — Treasurer 
Andrea Hodgdon — Librarian 
Barbara Webster — Librarian 
Mrs. Esther Gulbraith — Director 



Those girls who feel they can best express themselves or find enjoyment through 
music join the college Glee Club. If they have particularly good voices, they may 
try out for Keynotes, which is a select group of singers. 

Once a year, both groups join to sponsor a Christmas Concert just before Christ- 
mas recess. 



Keynotes 



Back row: 

Patricia Sowecke 

Alice Schultz — Librarian 

Mrs. Galbraith 

Barbara Read 

Elizabeth Anderson — Secretary-Treasurer 

Front row: 

Karen Linden — Vice-President 

Mildred Houle 

Mary Moss 

Judith Florek — President 




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Maroon Key 



Back row: Madeline Amirault, Judith Florek. 
Joanne Danner, Karen Anderson. Rosalie 
Markel, Dean Wright. Joyce Fruchtman, 
Nancy Chamberlain, Judith Norton. Lorrie 
Kavanagh, Barbara Laurendeau. Front row: 
Carol Scalise, Rosalie Libiszewski, Dianne Fal- 
con, Veronica Cobb, Carol Rawski. Jean And- 
erson. Bernadette Mastroianni. 




To the girls who have niaintaineel high 
scholarship records, have outstanding 
characters, and dispUiy a true interest in 
learning, the school bestows the honor ol 
membership in the Maroon Key Honor 
Society. The Dean's List must be attained 
two terms to be considered for member- 
ship. Ihe girls are gi\en j^ins al an in- 
stallation honor convocation in the tail. 
Maroon Key members also serve as the 
College's representatives when they 
guide prospeeti\e students around the 
campus. 



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Inter-Dorm Council 




Joyce Friichtman, Patricia Forino, 
Marcia Craig, Nancy Chamberlain, 
Susan Rose, Elizabeth Anderson, 
Janet Adams, Susan Kilpatrick, Jane 
McDowell, Miss Goss, Joan Miller, 
Dean Wright. 



The Inter-Dorm Council consists of the presidents and counselors 
of each dorm. As representatives of their dorms, they meet once a 
month with the Dean and Director of Residence to discuss the various 
problems and questions presented to them by the resident students 
and listen to the Administration's view of the regulations. 

This is an important phase of the co-operative student-faculty 
relationship which is so prominent at Bay Path. 



Empsall Hall 



Mrs. Kyer 

Marilyn Buck — ^Treasurer 

Susan White — Vice-President 

Patricia Forino — President 

Anne Mitchell — Secretary 

Karen Pariseleti 

Social Representative 




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Bollum Hall 




Back row: 

Emmy Priestly — Vice-President 

Miss Goss 

Barry Brown — Junior Representative 

Kathy Lynch — Social Chairman 

Diane Olliver — Senior Representative 

Miss Deos 



1 luiit low: 

Carol Soutra — Secretary-Treasurer 

Nancy Chamberlain — President 

Myria Mitchell — Assistant Social ( hainiian 

Sue Byrnes — Junior Roprcscntalivc 

Absent: 

Sandra GaJlucci — Senior Representative 



Perkins Hall 



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I.inda Schullz — Secrclary 
Diane Ude — Social Chairman 
Sally Wilkes — Treasurer 
Mrs. Whitney 
Janet Adams — President 
Sheila Lynch- -Vice-Prcsiilent 



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Outing Club 



nmina Wilkinson — President 
1 inila Slcplian — Secretary 
Mr. Dixon — Advisor 
Merith Wood — Vice-President 



All nature lovers and sports lovers will thor- 
oughly enjoy their membership in the Outing Club 
which provides a weekly swimming class or an 
occasional Saturday mountain climbing expedi- 
tion. One of the biggest highlights of the club's 
program is the trip to Lake Placid during the 
semester recess. 



Boots and 

Saddles Club 



Myria Mitchell, Dorothy Levasseur, Jennifer Parrett, 
Sally Pryce, Sandra Chagnon. 



A local riding stable affords an excellent op- 
portunity for both novice and experienced horse- 
women to improve their riding skills. Proficiency 
in the diflferent aspects of horsemanship and the 
skill of jumping are important goals of the club. 
Trail riding also gives as much pleasure and rid- 
ing experience as could be desired. 




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Arts Club 




Elizabeth Waiveris — Secretary 
Betsy Mansur — President 
Mrs. Mitchell — Advisor 
Melinda Muccianti — Vice-President 
Marcia Janosz — Treasurer 



This organization is designed Ui give a 
student the opportunity to further her in- 
terests in the arts. The Club sponsors 
many trips for interested students to vari- 
ous perfoniianees ^)l' imisic. drama. o\' 
dance at nearby theaters. 1 lie monthly 
meetings also provide stimulating discus- 
sions in areas concerned with the arts. 
Once a year the Arts C'luh uniineNs to 
New York tor liinher education and en- 
iovment. 



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Portico 







Bernadette Mastroianni — Production Editor 

Mildred Houle — Art Editor 

Julianne Saletnik — Editor-in-chief 

Miss Clancy — Advisor 

Lynn Bailey — Photography Editor 

Sally Jane Seabourne — Literary Editor 



The yearbook is drawn up by the 
Portico staff to record the events of the 
seniors' two years of college hfe. The 
Portico also reviews the most important 
events of the current year through the 
medium of pictures and literary descrip- 
tion. 

The four yearbook staffs, under the 
leadership of the five editors and Miss 
Clancy, offer a fine opportunity for the 
students to help design the annual edi- 
tion by working on the staff which inter- 
ests them most. 



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Hourglass 



Joyce Beaudry — Typing Editor 

Judith Poli — Editor-in-chief 

Karen Bai Rossi — Literary Editor 

Bernadette Mastroianni — Assistant Editor 

Miss Dunay — Advisor 




Legacy is the campus literary issue 
published annually in the spring. All stu- 
dents are encouraged to contribute sam- 
ples of their original works, either poems 
or stories, which they feel other students 
will enjoy reading. 



The Hourglass staff, under the direction of Miss 
Dunay, has done an exceptional job in preparing 
our college newspaper which has kept the stu- 
dents well-informed on the happenings around 
campus. Weekly meetings arc held, at which time 
members are assigned articles to he completed 
before a certain date for inclusion in the up-and- 
coming edition. 




Legacy 



Marianne Del Monte. Co-editor; Mr. 
Clarke. Advisor: Patricia Sowcckc. 
Co-editor. Ahsciii: Madeline Amir- 

aiill. ( o-cdilor. 




Social Science Club 



NaiK'N Hulls — Social Cliainnan 

Ml. Dickhiith — Advisor 

Susannc Comparetto — Planning Chairman 

Virginia Driscoll — Secretary 

Lynne Swiatow^ki — Treasurer 

AhsciU: 

Jiuiith Rivost — President 

M>rle Bodry — Vice-President 



The purpose of the Social Science Club, organized 
under the direction of Mr. Dickhuth, is to increase the 
students' knowledge concerning the various phases of 
Social Science. Evening programs, consisting of special 
films and guest speakers, are sponsored frequently by 
the club for all interested students. 



Junior Gray Ladies 



Mrs. Benedict — Advisor 

Marcia Craig — Co-Chairman 

Marianne Del Monte — Co-Chairman 



Junior Gray Ladies is an affiliated branch of 
the Red Cross. Two groups of girls alternate every 
two weeks to visit Leeds Veterans Hospital to 
play cards or dance with the patients. The girls 
do this work on a volunteer basis and receive 
much self-satisfaction. 



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Meditations 



Marilyn Thompson — Vice-President 

Carol Soutra — Treasurer 

Mr. Reagan — Advisor 

Nancy Chamberlain — Secretary 

Sally Jane Seabourne — President 





An infoimal group of students of all faiths meets 
twice a month to broaden their intellectual hori- 
zons by listening to visiting speakers and joining 
in open discussion periods. Speakers discuss relig- 
ious connection and place in the modern world. 
Dr. David Weinland, the Protestant Chaplain, 
presides at the meetings. 



Newman Club 



Virginia Driscoli — Treasurer 
Jean RcnzuUi — Vice-President 
Miss Donahue — Advisor 
Karen Pariselcti — Secretary 
Evelyn O'Neill — President 



The Newman Club, hcaiknl b\ I alhcr laincs 
Joyce, prcnidtcs the rcliuimix life of students on 
campus. It is dcdieald.! to IcaeliinL' young women 
more about the Roman Catliolie faith and their 
relicious ihities. 



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